United Pacific LED Headlights, UPCarparts headlights, squarebody LED headights

Modern LED Lighting for your GM Squarebody Truck from UPCarparts.com

Bring your Squarebody Chevy/GMC truck into the modern era with LED headlights from UPCarparts.com. These LED headlights are the easy bolt-in & plug-in upgrade you’ve been searching for that will help you enjoy driving your truck safely at night. These lights will greatly improve nighttime visibility over OE-style halogen or incandescent bulbs.

UPCarparts LED headlights feature a diecast aluminum housing that provide maximum protection from the elements and are a solid-state design that will resist shock and vibration with a polycarbonate lens that provides enhanced protection from road hazards.

United Pacific LED Headlights, UPCarparts headlights, squarebody LED headights

The installation is simple with the removal of only a few screws that hold the headlight bezels in place, then unplug and remove the old bulbs, plug in the new UPCarparts LED lights, readjust your headlights to proper alignment, and reinstall your bezels. In some cases, a load resistor (PN 34205) may be needed when converting to LED headlights to simulate the load of a 50-watt incandescent bulb.

All UPCarparts LED headlights are DOT/SAE approved and meet the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 108 (FMVSS 108) in the United States. Headlights shown in this article are PN 31396 low beams (top) and 31397 high beams (bottom).

To view all LED lighting options available from UPCarparts, visit www.upcarparts.com/lighting

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